The College of Science advances mathematics, physical sciences and life sciences and mobilizes curiosity-driven faculty and students who seek to enhance life on the planet through groundbreaking research.
Aravis BioTech, a startup headed in part by Jeffrey Anker of the College of Science, is developing screws used in orthopedic surgery that employ easy-to-use sensors to determine the status of fracture healing.
Two years after agreeing to launch an accelerated dual-degree program in physics, Clemson University and South Carolina State University signed an agreement Monday to begin a similar Mathematical & Statistical Sciences Accelerated Collaborative Degree Program. The new program allows math students at SC State to earn their bachelor’s combined with their master’s degrees in just […]
This past Monday, the Chemistry Department successfully proctored common examinations for close to 2,000 students using Canvas in combination with new proctoring tools offered at Clemson. The students knew their grades instantly and the grades were automatically mapped into each instructor’s gradebook. But while this sounds quite revolutionary and easy, nothing could be further from […]
This summer, three undergraduate students began their journey as Clemson University Beckman Scholars, joining an elite group of students across 13 institutions. The University has awarded five of six scholarships to second-year students who are selected for their academic achievements.
CLEMSON – Astrophysicist Lea Marcotulli, whose research extends to the farthest reaches of the universe, will tell others about her discoveries when her previously recorded speech airs on the virtual TEDxGreenville 2020 conference on November 6. The TEDx Talk was originally scheduled to be given in-person on March 28, but the event was postponed because […]
An international collaboration, a bit of serendipity and a lot of hard work over the past three years has led to a discovery that is set to literally reshape the world of inorganic semiconductor materials.
Rising senior Riley Garvey is the recipient of a 2020 Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation scholarship.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has selected its 2020 Ernest F. Hollings undergraduate scholars, with two rising juniors from Clemson University receiving scholarships. Korianna Hays and Kathleen Wirth are two of the 123 recipients this year.
The University’s transition to in-person teaching this past Monday went well even with the predictable hiccups. Although some instructors have been using on-campus classrooms since the first day of classes in August, Monday marked the day a total of 186 instructors provided face-to-face and online teaching from 137 of the more than 400 retrofitted classrooms. […]
CLEMSON – For the first time, Clemson University’s long-running Summer Scholars program is offering two Fall Scholars programs to be held Oct. 3 and 10 and Nov. 7 and 14. Three courses will be taught in Fall 2020: one in the October session and two in November. The courses will meet on two consecutive Saturdays […]
Clemson grad student Sydney Abrams and her mentor Leigh Anne Clark have identified new genetic factors contributing to small body size in dogs.
Clemson University scientist Matthew Koski’s collaborative research demonstrating that flower color has responded to rapid degradation of the ozone layer over the past 75 years was recently published in the journal Current Biology.
The resumption of in-person instruction is set for Monday, Sept. 21. As students adjust to new routines and physical distancing measures that have been put in place throughout campus, the availability of study space is naturally one of the most pressing topics. Study space capacities have been altered because of the need to reduce density […]
Trina Pham is a first-generation college student living on the rural outskirts of Mauldin, South Carolina, where she dreams of becoming the U.S. president’s chief advisor on science and technology. By the time she walks into the Oval Office, the big issues for Pham could include intelligent machines, humankind’s outpost on Mars and the discovery […]
Not one but two Clemson University College of Science graduates have been named to Chemical & Engineering News’ prestigious Talented 12 Class of 2020.